A dental crown is often used as an effective treatment method for restoring a tooth that has been significantly compromised by a dental fracture, missing dental filling, or a large cavity. They are commonly created from special dental materials capable of replacing the strength of natural tooth enamel. Unfortunately, there are also some things that can impart enough force to... read more »
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The enamel layer of your teeth is very hard and durable. This allows you to bite off, chew and grind hard foods. Unfortunately, there are rare situations where an accidental fall or blow to the face can carry enough force to actually chip the enamel layer on one or more teeth. This is even more likely if you grind your... read more »
Each and every one of the teeth in your mouth has been designed by the ancient forces of evolution to be hard enough to bite off, chew and grind the hardest of foods. As hard as your teeth are, there are still some things they cannot withstand. A hard blow to the mouth from a sports accident or a hard... read more »